Give the Gift of Cooking

Give the Gift of Cooking

Looking for ideas for your child, niece, nephew or friend? Purchase a 5 or 10-week pack of kids’ online cooking classes! These hands-on, interactive classes are taught by the experienced Slow Food Denver chef team. Enjoy connecting with other children and creating new meals each week from the comfort of your own kitchen.

Classes begin Wednesday, January 13th & Thursday, January 14th!

Scholarship options available – please email Annie at

Learn more and purchase here >>


Receive a Digital Community Cookbook

Join our Sharing Family Recipes program! Food tells a story worth sharing. Family recipes aren’t always decades old, although they can be! Do you want to share the first meal you learned how to cook, a recipe that has been passed down through generations, or your go-to comfort food?

Submit your Family Recipe by December 23rd and receive a digital Community Cookbook full of all submitted recipes!

Slow Food Denver intern Tayler shared her pozole recipe on our Instagram! Read the full story here.

Learn more and submit your recipe>>

Virtual Winter Farmers Market

Boulder County Farmers Markets is bringing their Winter Market online! This three-week virtual market event will connect you with local farmers and food businesses through their curbside pickup and directly with artisans through their own shops.

Shop their Virtual Winter Market here!

Support Slow Food Denver this Colorado Gives Day

Donate to Slow Food Denver on Colorado Gives Day! Your support allows us to continue inspiring youth to develop meaningful relationships with food and provide communities in need with fresh, local produce.

Schedule your donation today >>



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